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By Michael V. Copeland

(Business 2.0) – Blake Ross has already proven his tech chops. The Stanford University sophomore interned at Netscape at age 14 and helped turn its bloated software into Mozilla's Firefox. Now he's set to show off his startup moxie: He just snagged seed-round funding from Sequoia Capital--though the talked-about teen isn't yet talking about what his company will do or what it'll be called. Expect the gory details to emerge any day now.